Expressions of Interest for Coaches/Managers for 2014/2015 International Program

The Ski & Snowboard Australia Cross Country Committee (SAXC) is seeking expressions of interest from coaches and managers to work with the Cross Country Skiing High Performance Program during the 2014/2015 international season. It is intended that the High Performance Program will include the following events / tours:

  • 2015 World Championship, Falun, Sweden
  • 2015 World Junior / U23 Championship, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • 2015 World University Winter Games (WUWG), Strbske Pleso, Slovakia
  • 2014/2015 International Development Tour, location TBC

The World Championship Team will likely consist of 7-10 athletes. The World Junior / U23 Championship Team will likely consist of 4-6 athletes aged 16-19 (junior) and 20-22 (U23). The WUWG Team will potentially contain 4-8 athletes. Details of the International Development Tour are still being finalised, this will likely involve athletes training and competing from a European base.

Please note that some coaching/management positions may be combined and that multiple persons may be appointed to some events.

Additional information is provided in the job descriptions in the linked PDF below. Interested persons should apply via email to SSA Cross Country Skiing High Performance Manager Finn Marsland (finn.marsland@gmail.com) by Friday June 20, 2014, briefly addressing the key selection criteria. Applicants may be invited to supply additional information and/or to attend an interview. The appointment will be made by a panel appointed by SAXC.

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